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  • Pai Gow Playing Strategy  By : Will Win
    Although two pairs are the most common hands that come up in Pai Gow there are mistakes made even with some of the more lucrative hands.
  • Play Pai Gow Poker  By : Will Win
    Pai Gow is a fun Westernized version of an old Chinese dominos game. The basic game play is straightforward enough and it is popular in casinos because the relaxed atmosphere of the game gives players a chance to get to know each other.
  • History of Caribbean Stud Poker and How to Cheat the Game  By : Heinz Michael
    Casinos are filled with table games, some old, some new, but nearly all are derived from the basic concepts and fundamental dynamics behind the game of poker. Caribbean Stud for example uses the basic poker hand rankings, with its own island flavor.
  • Caribbean Stud Poker Tips II  By : Will Win
    In part one of the Caribbean Stud Poker Tip Sheet, I went over the all-important odds chart and gave you some insight into what to expect when you're playing Caribbean Stud Poker. Next, let's go over four fast tips to help you maximize your fun and potential profit when playing Caribbean Stud Poker.
  • Caribbean Stud Poker Tips I  By : Will Win
    So you want to play some Caribbean Stud Poker? Well, playing any casino game without knowing the ins and outs is rather foolish. Today, I'll share some Caribbean Stud Poker tips with you and you'll be a better player for it.
  • Basic Rules of Caribbean Stud Poker  By : Will Win
    Aside from poker, Caribbean Stud Poker is one of the faster growing casino games. It used to be hard to find a place to play, but most casinos today have it. And you'll always find it at any decent online casino.
  • An Introduction to Caribbean Stud Poker  By : Will Win
    It seems like only yesterday when this fun game started appearing in Casinos in the United States. As you might expect from the name, Caribbean Stud Poker got its illustrious start in the Caribbean.
  • Playing Pai Gow Poker 4  By : Will Win
    We're moving right along with our Pai Gow series. You're almost a professional Pai Gow player now. Since you know most of the game play, it's now time to talk about the hand rankings Pai Gow.
  • Playing Pai Gow Poker 3  By : Will Win
    Today's lesson will deal with setting your hand. We've already got the game flow down. In another article, we'll go over strategy a bit more. Setting your hand is the main function in Pai Gow.
  • Playing Pai Gow Poker 2  By : Will Win
    When we last left off, I had just started talking about the Banker in Pai Gow, which you can opt to play if you desire. Today, I'll go more in detail about this fascinating part of the game.
  • Playing Pai Gow Poker 1  By : Will Win
    I'll admit it. I like playing Pai Gow, but it can be lonely. Walk through just about any Vegas casino and you'll do some work to spot the Pai Gow table(s). This "Americanized" version of an ancient Chinese game isn't as popular as it should be.
  • Chinese Poker Explained: Choh Dai Di/Big 2  By : AKSuited
    There is a variant of poker from the Far East popularly known as Big 2, or Dai Di in Cantonese. You will find this Chinese poker played in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Southeast Asia and many other places as well.

    Whilst Texas Hold’em No Limit poker is the ever dominant variant of poker in today’s poker world, Chor Dai Di has in fact been around for as long as well. This writer can testify that when the game was introduced by him to an English friend, he was hooked on it for the res...
  • Omaha Poker Tournament Strategy  By : Brian Stubiak
    Omaha tournament strategy.
  • Different Variations Of Poker Games  By : Cyman Harrison
    Poker is very popular in homes all over America these days, so it is important that you have an overview of the different kinds of poker that are mostly commonly played.

    Chinese or Russian Poker: This variation of poker uses a 52 card deck and 13 cards are dealt to each of four players. Each player arranges the 13 cards into the best three poker hands, known as the Front, Middle and Back. The Front is a 3 card hand and the Middle and Back are five card hands and must outra...
  • Understanding 3 Card Poker Games  By : Cyman Harrison
    With most people playing Texas Hold’em these days, sometimes other variations of the popular game get ignored. One of these variations is 3 card poker. It is a fun, exciting and easy game for people to play.

    When playing three card poker, there are seven possible hands: a straight flush, three of a kind, straight, flush, pair, Queen to Ace high and Jack high or less.

    The game is actually two games in one: Pairplus, and Ante and Play. The player may bet on either one or ...
  • Omaha Hi Lo Poker Tournament  By : Fawzia Awwad
    In 2005, at the World Series of Poker, one of the biggest Omaha Hi Lo Tournaments was held. The Omaha Hi Lo Tournament took place in Rio and players threw over 1500 dollars in to be a part of the big game. Ultimately, a man from Arizona took home the huge jackpot and the customary gold tournament bracelet—Pat Poels won well over 270,000 dollars that Tuesday afternoon and went home smiling.

    After two grueling days competing in the 2005 Omaha Hi Lo Tournament and playing aga...
  • Information About Pai Gow Poker  By : Kenneth Bateman
    Pai Gow Poker is an American card-playing derivative of the centuries-old game of Chinese Dominoes. In the early nineteenth century, Chinese laborers introduced the game while working in California.

    The game’s popularity with Chinese gamblers eventually attracted the attention of entrepreneurial gamers who substituted the traditional tiles with cards and modeled the game into a new form of poker. Introduced into the poker rooms of California in 1986, the game’s immediate a...
  • Basic Overview - Omaha Hi-Lo  By : David Olsen
    Omaha Hi-Lo (also known as Omaha 8 or better) is often times viewed as maybe one of the most complicated popular poker games. It is a game that, even more than regular Omaha poker, invites action from every level of player. This is the main reason why a once obscure, abstract game has increased in popularity so rapidly.

    Omaha Hi-Lo begins like a regular game of Omaha. Four cards are dealt to every player. A round of betting ensues where players can bet, check, or fold. Thr...
  • Omaha Hi-Lo Poker Basic Strategy  By : David Olsen
    Omaha Hi-Lo is an interesting and complex game, but one that because of that very nature offers some basic and easy strategies to come ahead in the long run. Because of all the cards in play, and the fact that often times there are two winning hands and the pot will split, a lot of action is created in Omaha Hi-Lo, and even the best pros in the world disagree vastly on strategies, sometimes even offering conflicting advice.

    Because of the activeness of Omaha Hi-Lo, you wil...
  • Play Three Card Internet Poker  By : David Walker
    Three Card Poker is a game of high intensity, much more so than the popular Texas Hold’em and everybody wants to join in as either a player or a spectator!
  • Introduction To Draw Poker  By : David Walker
    There are many variations of draw poker but the one common denominator in these draw games is that everyone receives five cards on the initial deal.
  • How To Play Pai Gow Poker  By : David Walker
    Pai Gow Poker can be intimidating to the rank novice but it is relatively simple to play once you understand the basic rules of the game.
  • How to Play Tight Poker  By : Claire Bullerwell
    Tight poker is not a game. It just means that whoever wins won’t be bringing that much home. Should the person still play when this happens? The answer is yes. No matter how small the pot is, that is still money and people will surely still fight for it.
  • An Introduction To Badugi Poker  By : David Walker
    Badugi Poker is gaining ground like Texas Hold’em did in the beginning, but until the hysteria surrounding Hold’em dies down there isn’t much room for Badugi yet.

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